10/16 TMM: Chargers prepare for trip to Green Bay to face Packers

Chargers sack Packers QB Aaron Rodgers

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Chargers Injury Update, Packers Pass Rush, Preparing Perryman And More – Mighty 1090 (video)
From Chargers Park, Annie Heilbrunn provides injury updates (including offensive line and linebackers); plus, defensive coordinator John Pagano discusses how the team is preparing ILB Denzel Perryman for more snaps, should Manti Te’o be injured … and, a look at Green Bay’s dominant pass rush.

Padres, Callaway to turn Petco Park into a golf course – USA Today
The San Diego Padres and Callaway Golf will turn Petco Park into a nine-hole layout from Nov 5-8. Those who purchase tickets will have the chances to tee off from the top of the Western Metal Supply building to try and get the ball into a hole near home plate.

Aztecs Can Take Control Of Division With Win At SJSU – Mighty 1090 (video)
Jordan Carruth breaks down three things to watch for in Saturday’s game in San Jose between Mountain West opponents, the San Diego State Aztecs and the San Jose State Spartans.

Can Pumphrey pass Faulk on Aztecs rush list? – San Diego Union-Tribune
With six regular-season games and a possible bowl game left, D.J. Pumphrey has a chance at becoming the all-time rushing leader at SDSU, but it’s probably not likely. Current he is 4th with 3,196 rushing yards, with Marshall Faulk as the leader with 4,589.

San Diego Gulls to Honor Willie O’Ree TONIGHT! – SanDiegoGulls.com
The San Diego Gulls will honor NHL trailblazer Willie O’Ree, the first player of African descent to play in the NHL, during a special in-game ceremony tonight, at 7:05 p.m. vs. the Bakersfield Condors, the day after O’Ree’s 80th birthday. The in-game ceremony, which includes the unveiling of an AHL Gulls jersey-themed O’Ree banner, will take place during the first intermission.

Aaron Rodgers On Motivation, Rivers & What Athlete He’d Pay To Watch – Mighty 1090 (audio)
Darren Smith called on the best player in football to get a preview for Sunday’s game, a tourist’s guide to Green Bay, and an outsider’s perspective on Philip Rivers. This is a can’t-miss interview.

Daniel Murphy’s HR lifts Mets over Dodgers, advance to NLCS – USA Today
This is a weird sentence to type, so get ready for it. Your 2016 MLB World Series Champion will be either the Mets, Cubs, Blue Jays, or Royals. The Cardinals, Red Sox, Yankees, Dodgers, and every other common championship contender is gone. This year is wild.

Andre Ethier yells at manager Don Mattingly in Dodgers dugout in Game 5 – For The Win
Don Mattingly was probably going to be on a hot seat anyway after another playoff run without a championship, but Ethier showed the world on Thursday night that the clubhouse may not be as functional as many thought.

How Do The Chargers “Stop” Aaron Rodgers? – Mighty 1090 (video)
Joe Tutino and Jay Paris break down that San Diego Chargers’ defensive gameplan against the best QB in the league in this week’s Road to Sunday.

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